Users can play Se-piri by touching holes, and manipulate sound. For example, users can control volume by dragging vertically and control pitch by dragging horizontally.
Two types of 'Nong', typical expression of Korean music which is similar to vibrato, mode is provided, so users can choose or create desirable sound.
Enjoy Korean music with Se-piri!
Center for Arts & Technologies Seoul National University(www.catsnu.com)
Hyojee Kang, PyoungRyang Ko, Byongoh Ko, Daehyun Kim, Mijung Kim, Youngsun Kim, Taeeun Kim, Haeyun Kim, Sangbong Nam, Jisung Moon, Suchul Park, Jaerock Park, Jungho Bang, Yunjeong Seo, Hyangsook Song, Junseok An, Rina Yoo, So Jeong Youn, Gang Seong Lee, Donoung Lee, Doohyun Lee, Suzin Rhee, Sun-jin Lee, Kihyun Jung, Youngmi Cho, Jinok Cho
This work was financially supported by the Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA), an affiliate organization of the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism Korea (MCST), under the frame of the project KOCCA-2012-HE1405-R2012030134.